Triphobobia is a disease consisting in unconscious fear of cluster holes (fear of cavities, holes, abscesses on skin integuments). Until that time, traditional medicine did not recognize this disease as official. However, it has existed since ancient times, since people have always feared holes. For example, holes in the ground, the inhabitants of which could harm human health.
Triphobobia: causes of the disease
The main reason for the appearance of triphophobia is the evolutionary development of fears. Ancient people tried to bypass any holes in the ground or trees, were afraid to stumble upon a bee hive, which is the best example of cluster holes. Therefore, this fear is inherent in humans genetically.
Triphobobia is a self-hypnosis disease, as it often manifests itself for no apparent reason, only because of the emotional state of a person and the presence of developed empathy (the level of empathy for another person).
Stages of development of triphophobia
Since this disease is not officially recognized, it is impossible to clearly classify the stages. In general, there are several manifestations of the disease:
- an easy flow - when a person experiences insignificant nervousness, tension and anxiety when looking at repetitive circles;
- average - the appearance of tremors, convulsions and discomfort in the chest area;
- severe - the patient has a loss of orientation in space, reflex excrement, panic and uncontrollable fear.
Triphobia is a disease that affects the nervous system to a greater degree. It causes strong nervousness, confusion and, in some cases, aggression. The source of fear can be any hole on the human body, in food, in surrounding objects, nature.
Manifestation of the disease
Any phobia lies in the presence of a person's strong emotional discomfort, and in some cases even uncontrolled fear, which triggers triphophobia. The reasons for the development may be different, therefore, personal contact of the doctor with the patient is necessary. The main symptoms of the disease are:
- anxiety and excitement;
- a sense of danger from a real or perceived threat;
- involuntary muscle contractions;
- a false sensation of movement in space of a body or separate subjects;
- dissociative disorders;
- violation of the rhythm of breathing, feeling of lack of air;
- increased heart rate;
- increased sweating;
- sensation of tingling or burning on the skin;
- a state of complete apathy, when a person does not react to what is happening around.
Any of these manifestations of the state of the body may indicate that a person has triphophobia. Symptoms of the disease can manifest in mild or severe forms, depending on the degree of development of the phobia.
Diagnosis of triphophobia
If you have symptoms of the disease, you need to visit a doctor-psychotherapist who will be able to conduct a survey and determine if there is a disease, as well as determine the degree of its development and prescribe the necessary treatment.
Diagnosis occurs in three stages:
- The first is a questioning of the patient. Based on his words and stories, the doctor makes a conclusion about the presence of phobia.
- The second stage – diagnostics. Based on the survey data and test results, the doctor makes the only true variant of the disease, excluding other related neurological symptoms, not related to this pathology. If necessary, test for trypophobia, showing the presence and degree of development of the disease.
- The third stage is the final conclusion and setting of clinical data about the patient.
Complications of the disease
A complicated form of triphophobia is rare, but its symptomatology is very difficult for a person:
- there are sharp involuntary muscular spasms and pains;
- repeated loss of consciousness;
- no response of the body to any external stimuli;
- severe migraines;
- developing pathologies, which can lead to disturbances in the work of the musculoskeletal system.
All these symptoms are characterized by triphophobia. What is it and how to deal with it can only be explained by a doctor who knows the causes of phobia and who has selected the most effective treatment technology for a particular patient.
With the development of a severe stage of phobia, the patient is prescribed inpatient treatment, which includes the use of medication, anti-inflammatory and sedative drugs.
Treatment of triphophobia
Trypophobia is a disease, traditional medicine is treated as Intrusive thoughts and fears. In setting such diagnosis of treatment is aimed at psychological correction. The task of the doctor is a complete physical and psychological recovery of the patient.
The treatment must be carried out strictly individually, depending on the received data. The presence of set of symptoms might be different. Therefore, for the treatment of patients with the same phobia may require different methods and drugs.
The essence of the treatment is not only to eliminate the symptoms, but mainly to neutralize the causes, the consequence of which is triphobobia. What it is? After treatment the patient should calmly react to the cluster holes, the attacks of fear must recede, and the condition to approach the normal physiological and mental.